Ephemeral ports

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Guy L. Oliver

Ephemeral ports

Post by Guy L. Oliver » Wed Dec 17, 2003 6:05 pm

Would anyone here know how to change the ephemeral port range for
outbound connections under Neutrino 6.0.x? I don't think I can use
the new IPV6 setsockopt calls to do this, and I am not even sure you
can do it with this old of a version of Neutrino.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

-Guy Oliver
Battelle Memorial Institute

Sean Boudreau

Re: Ephemeral ports

Post by Sean Boudreau » Wed Dec 17, 2003 8:56 pm

In later versions you use the 'sysctl' utility.
net.inet.ip.anonportmin
net.inet.ip.anonportmax

I don't recall off hand if this was present in
6.0 though...

-seanb

Guy L. Oliver <goliver@insight.rr.com> wrote:
Would anyone here know how to change the ephemeral port range for
outbound connections under Neutrino 6.0.x? I don't think I can use
the new IPV6 setsockopt calls to do this, and I am not even sure you
can do it with this old of a version of Neutrino.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

-Guy Oliver
Battelle Memorial Institute

ed1k

Re: Ephemeral ports

Post by ed1k » Thu Dec 18, 2003 2:08 am

In article <brqfts$ats$1@nntp.qnx.com>, seanb@node25.ott.qnx.com says...
In later versions you use the 'sysctl' utility.
net.inet.ip.anonportmin
net.inet.ip.anonportmax

I don't recall off hand if this was present in
6.0 though...
It is not present in 6.1, so there is a big chance it was not present in 6.0 either :)
http://www.qnx.com/developer/docs/qnx_6 ... ils-s.html
Eduard
-seanb

Guy L. Oliver <goliver@insight.rr.com> wrote:
Would anyone here know how to change the ephemeral port range for
outbound connections under Neutrino 6.0.x? I don't think I can use
the new IPV6 setsockopt calls to do this, and I am not even sure you
can do it with this old of a version of Neutrino.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

-Guy Oliver
Battelle Memorial Institute


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